I am not sure i would blame it on Tebow. The Jets were already dysfunctional when they brought him in. To Tebow's credit he did win a good portion of the games he started in Denver. However, I think the credit for that goes to John Fox for building/using an offensive scheme that utilized what Tebow does do well, and limits him from the things he does poorly. I am not sure the Jets would be as successful at utilizing Tebow the way they would need to even if they decided to put him in the game. I am in no way saying Tebow is a great QB or that he is the answer. But, he deserves some credit for some fo the things that he did do in Denver too.John
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